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Industries with the Largest Risk for Personal Injury

Whatever you do in life there is always a little bit of risk and accidents do happen, however, statistics show that there are much larger risks with some careers than with others.

Cautions in eLearning Safety

How can I know what I think or feel until I see what I say and do? – Prof. Karl E. Weick.

HAZWOPER Training for Hospital Staff

The OSHA HAZWOPER standard requires that workers are trained to complete their work without endangering themselves or others.

The House of Horrors: Safety slip-ups hidden within the home

For most of us domestic accidents are fairly minor, but 18,000 Americans each year die from injuries caused by accidents at home.

Things Every Coach Should Do To Keep Their Football Field Safe For Players

By its very nature, football is a dangerous game. It’s a full contact sport played at full speed by some of the strongest, fastest athletes in the world.

Safety Issues in the Design of Public Places

We use public spaces, such as parks and recreation areas, on a regular basis and rarely give a thought the design and planning efforts that went into the creation of such areas.

Grounding Inspection Safety Basics

Avoid the Top 10 OSHA Violations of 2013

Workplace safety is not just about hard hats, safety glasses, or gloves, but includes a tireless dedication toward identifying and reducing ALL safety risks.

How to Safely Stop Drinking Alcohol

Dealing with alcoholism isn't easy. Whether you've been diagnosed or want to avoid a diagnosis, keep in mind that you don't have to let the alcohol control you and your life.

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